TKI NXP Smart Mobility (MsM) - Mini Impuls

Project: Research direct

Project Details


Automated and cooperative driving holds many potential socio-economic benefits. However, the global and safe deployment of related technologies is currently limited by the robustness, costs, and information richness of environment perception sensors, specifically Radar, LiDAR, Vision.
Today’s level of autonomy of self-driving cars is still very limited and requires constant human guidance and control.
Consequently, significant research on advanced environment perception technologies is proposed in this project. The aim is to improve robustness and improve the information richness.
Effective start/end date2/01/1830/11/23




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